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Initial post: Dec 15, 2006 12:10:00 PM PST
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Ogle isn't wrong that brewers begabn adding corn and rice to beer to make it more stable. Where she is wrong is that it didn't cost more it cost less. Also if they did it to make the beer better why didn't they advertise that fact? When the press found out that the brewers were using adjuncts and charged them with adulteration they hotly denied it. They never said we are doing it to make the beer better and it costs more to boot. If she bases her whole argument on changing tastes she is missing the point.

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Ambitious Brew : The Story of American Beer
Ambitious Brew : The Story of American Beer by Maureen Ogle (Hardcover - October 2, 2006)
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